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    TITF OMAHA DAILY TTKSDAY. .TtTNT. r.0. lf0.
Denver al-d Sioux City Move Up on Leaders;, Pittsburg- Almost Ties Chicago for First Place
4
JENVER WINS IN THE NINTH
Sanden Pitches Great Ba
1 for Seven
Standing of the Teams
Innings and Then Weakens
J
' HIS WILD THBOW COST TWO RTJN3
f hahek $ l)ir, Wbo llade Saeh a
Poor , Show, n' Aalnet Lincoln the
bar Before, Pate I 1" Good
Article of nail..
S 21 Inillnnipnn r.
,l .Tl ...-.i
Stoux City..." Wr.l., ....
Pueblo KalM, city. 31 3
g(. Paul i.'
NATLLEAOri, AMF.R.1W
New oiK....; ' -,',, st .&
l All ''I T'll ,- I 1 e i I in I
DENVER, Jun.e .29 -After pitching
sual ;rand ball against UnVPr f,)r
Inning;..- Sander abtled i little I
eighth end ws batted euriHsfully in th
..... 1
ninth. To. close with. Vial throw to!
REDS WIN I: ROM CHAMPIONS
Cincinnati's New Pitcher is Elective
with Men on Bases.
i.:..rir. s - .w, a aw.r " e I
IHri to in,.m. ILnsIs i f l.-xiniiion pin m d
the last sovfii Intunga tor Cosed, fim snd
Joe Wright Were tin baltcry for Elm Creek
In a series of nine games with most of t'i
teaina of this section of the sinte Kim
Creek hns not lost s,sarne.
FAST GAME AT l.Tni PI11K
CHICAGO
FIELDS
POORLY
Overall Tltrhee Good (.ame, hat la
Loosely Supported 4ther Con
test In the National
League.
if .... ! hilrtV"i'.tH '2T 2 l Philadelphia ' ;? CINCINNATI. June 29 Doescher, Cln- t
,even i Host on K 37 .422 New York...-. J. . Pnatr)l n.w pitcher. at his best, with S
in the!'; ''j Unn'3 33.imr on ba. e. Overall made hi. ftr-l ap-
R.ookUn TOIJAY. ,ea.ano.. with Chicago, since May 3 and
row to! ,,,,.. t n,,..omaha at Denver ;. Lin-
thlrd bee permitted two riinnPrg to Kt coin at pjel.M. I,,,',,.,"Y"ni; , Prookivn
over the plate, loelng the anin for omaha. , pXi.'arjToa'tnn. Cbloagc at Clnoln-
lit tn-.ienao;
Thouah hi" ""PPort u r,r,t a-llt-nla'd ,,
inrougii uir e-"..-. nin.i.. u .. rtini i lijii ' '' .,,, Vnhtnton at
rirldora h.d nothing to do wuh ,he .core, j i.X.nion at New York.
llollr and Amerleaan, nit a L.-H.-Ae
and Coronal. Kntert.iln Fane.
Vinton atieet ierk as the acene of two
fact game. Sunday afternoon. As a cur
tain raieer the Holly- ana American,
played one of the fastest (tames that ha
been pulled off till aeanon.
The Loc-GlaB-Amlree.on-Coronn game
wag alao a hiird fought battlo and not ui-tll
the eighth Inning, w hn the hardware men
bunched hltH and secured a lead of four
run, did the talthtul supporiet 01 m
oronas lose hope. The Ilnal score wa
to 2.
In the aecnnd Hfnry led off with a single
to right, was sacrificed to .second by Olb-
....i. .1.1.. )..... 1l.nlli.ia Klf
trni .liv nun v.i..-. - 1 SOn nr.d CailKOl tU IIIIMI WIH-H .lll.imv. Ii.v
lost lnrgely Ihrough faulty support. Score: to Kucera. who threw, to McUaln. Mlnlkua
CINCl.NNATI.
B 11. OAK
CHICAGO.
B.H.O A K
immediately .toned for by a grand throw n
ito the plate that caught N'ldron as lv I Pt.men to IItrand. 'lilt by pitched ball:
was .liding Ir Chahek. wl( pitched for ; Irwin. Franck. Time: l.t5. impne.
lenver, wa little like the Ch)qhPi, who had ,
tried agnluert Lincoln the d:i(v before. ,( i TWF.I.VM lli'
f wa. errective, iiaing pee curve ana
i control. Three tlm'-s after 'm-o were out
Omaha made hits for extra j bases, two of
i them three-bagger, and Pt one of the
. three could get. over the plaie. Score
S DENVER.
- - AH. n.
AT SIOl X C ITY
Iwaldron. ff .
I. lielderj. If
" Caasady. if
While, lh
I Irwin, 5fr..'. ...ii.....
' Zalusky. c
1 Jiulerhorit, 5b;..
! loll, aa
It'liahvk, p..
j ToUU .....
i -
5 Usher.' rfr.-..;.
King. 2b
. Autrey, lb
Welch, cf.....
r Austin, Sb
Franck. aa
W. HelrTen, rf."
lellrand, c. ..
Uandcra, p
Total. J... .
4
4
3
4
4
3
3
31
OMAHA.
AB.
,.. 3
... 4
...4
... 4
... 3
... 3
,..4
8
.. 3
.31
3 : 8
O. A
1
11
1
2
o
u
27 1-
DaeVey Hand Tie it In the lnth and
Win In the Twelfth.
KinCV CITY la.. Jure ; -Rioiix Cl'y "
lea ed Moines 'today after a , bard run
but not until the end of the
. HZ. K., h m'gavi
was wiki linn "if r" . n....,!
four run", i im"'"
Knne. rf ..
lxhr.. Jit...
I'kin. It...
tllntrl. III...
M l.-sn. c...
Mll.hll. rf.
Hu!?w;tt. M
Dot'hcr, p.
Totl
I a egllgle. ft. ... .
4 0 r. II dhxlir4. If.
3 111 os.-hulie. rf...
. i 0 0 1 Cbanve. lb.
4 1 9 I
10 10
: o i
3 310
.4 : II 1 e Steltlfeim, Jt4 1 1 V
.40311 Kllng. c 4 0 0 1
. 4 2 1 H uHolm.n. 2b... 4 1110
.4 I t 4 1 Tlnk. r. .. .. 4 113 1
. 3 (i 0 i l iivrrall. p I 1 0 1 0
ZimmermM .10 0
,1! mi I
Tot: SI T II I
Hatted for Overall In ninth.
Cincinnati 2 0 0 o 1 1 1 0 5
Chicago 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 03
Two-base hit: Tinker. Thr.'e-bae hits:
Slusle Overall. Stolen bases: Packert, Oan
xell. Tinker. . Sacrifice hits: Pchulle. Hase
on balls: Off Doeaeber. 3; off Overall. 4.
Struck out; Hv Iioesoher. 1; by Overall. 5.
Wild pitch: Overall. Time: 1.40. Umpires;
Ruderham and Kinslle.
VI .... J..i..M
I) . . .....I.I I I .m Kl..im ufp
Tv x ivilllna r.il'v n the r.inih the Sioux riHV fl-n,n Boston.' to by hard hitting
: on i iru in"
Phllllee Hit the Bait.
HOSTON. June Philadelphia won to-
BOSTON WINS IN ELEVENTH
Bookworms Take Fast Fielding Game
from Highlanders.
HITS BUNCHED AT FINISH
Boston Made One Ron In gerenth,
fw York Tied Score In Mnta.
Boston Making; Three
la Pinal Inning.
Pre-
O. A. J
2
o
1
3
0
24 .
Nq one out when winning Irun wa madi .
Denver' 0 0 0 a o 0 1 2-3
Omaha ...... 00 0 0 0 2 0-2
Twi-bua hit;' Austin. Tlircu..baso hit.;
Frantflt, naher. Stolen basea;: Cassadv (i.
lrlT King. Sacrifice hli'; i. lulden,
Vrisher, Auatln.' Ha&va on ban9; tff hiuul
era, 1. " Kiiu"k oul: By Cbab .((, 7; by Sand
era, 4.' Left on bases: Kin eri 7; Omaha,
k Double plays: Zaluaky ft,, White; V .
sc rei in ... - --- v ,,j .i,t.
vlou. to that .leir 1 lurite iia.i 1"" J
out ba 1. tail;, lour FC'it'ered bit being
made off hi -ie'iivery. Withernp re
licvcd him In tl.at s svon. was bit Mr
the sior wnich tied the game. Th
score was 4 to 1 at the beginning -i
1 tenth. 'J he lioostrrs pot one over In that
Intilnt,-. Anderson, who was hit h a
ptch.d I aU. w. sent urouiid on successive
0 ilt bv Dwyer and Dolan. The local p. r
V. ' 'Ail'l (he same feat in tic ir half Camp
,' hc'l walked and scored on li t bv Wted
a.' Web b. Aft-r hlarkmg tlu- B .osier
. in Hie cl vrnlh and twelfth, tie Sioux wen
,, .lii th - twellth on Ca-ni hell' tafe one.
'. ' v cil's cut mid Andreas' long drive to Jet t.
" . NVihoff and Dwyer pulled off the first
tiil'e r'av of the season in ttie first In-
1 I r rV With the bases full, Weed hit to
Neihofl. who touched mini ann inu-
llrs'. score:
SIOUX CITY.
WANTED TO RENT
(Contlnueu.j
Wanted
MODERN 8 OR ROOM
HOUSE IN DUN I iEE OR
WEST F A R N A M DIS
TRICT. ADDRESS L 612,
BEE.
Oreen. rf ...
Holmes, cf .
CampLeil. If
Weed, lb ....
Ardrens. 2") .
Welch. lib ...
Cranvlllc,
Shea, c
Kurehner, p .
Crutcher, p .
Total ...
I?ader. ef
nderon. ss .
Dwyer. lb
Dnlun. 2b
Flouinoy. If ...
Kltzpatrick. rf
Nelhoff, 3h ...
Haedel, e
Clarke, p
Witherup. p ..
A B. R. H. V
.. n 0 2 1
. . R n 2
.'.4 2 1 3
...H 0 1 12
..5 1 2 2
...5 0 1 2
...4 1 0'4
... 4 1 1 10
.2 0 0 0
..3 1 10
...44 1 11 38
MO INKS.
A H. R. H.
..5 1 1 2
,..4 2 0 1
,..5 0 1 17
... 0 1 1
...5 O 1 2
...4 1 1 4
...5 1 1 2
... 4 0 2
...3 0 0 0
...0.0 0 0
...41 5 1 '35
A. K-
0
l
0
I
ft
1
5
4
0
17
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Omah Realty Co. to N. Tl Dodge,
Jr.. lot , Uenaon & John.iln-a ,Ub
ilv ..s... 1 t 1
V. V.- Marahall and wifo t0 rjavia
Cole, lot 6, block 153, Oniah.(l 20,000
Grace . I. Park . to August . Hadan.
lola 23 and -4. diouk. ad, Haiycou
Height.
Same. ,to Peter 8. RosanderJ ot 21.
block X Halycon Height. ..I
viuri.. K Carlberg and liust.n,a )0
Independent Lumber Co. lotj, 12, 13
14. 1&. Iff, block 6. Thornburaj place 1.000
Christine Badiuwelt et el t, Rosa
Louisa Hort. lot ta, diock 12, 1st
add to South OrvuUia I
Ooorge E. Barker and wife tnl Marie
K. Carlberg, lote 12, 13, 14, ig,
block R. Thornburg Place.... I
U. E. Wilcox and wife to lia M.
dates, lot h 1, 2. 8. f. 0. u, ze. 28, 3i,
block 1. end lota 1. 2, 3. 4, b. 6J 7 g 10,
11. block t. B. E. WllcoK addl 3 00)
Pauline Delaney to Sola Ml,rphy,
part iota i ann , uiocs. . 1 xrdr
teenth Street add -I
Robert Richelieu et al., to Martn k.
Jeneeh, lot. 12, block 14, BiLifori
Place
C. S. Montgomery and wife to I 'hllip
Potter Co.. lota 14. 15, 18, b!0L.k (t
McCnrmlck'e M axld
County-treasurer to John O'Nel iot
J, 'block 7. Dwlght & Lyman'a Bdd
Charle A. Coe and wife to 1
potter Co., lote 14. li, 1, bio , k A
McCOTTnlck'a 2d axld .
Omabg'Kealty Co. to T. E. St4,ven
and C. O. lenney, lota 12 nfuA 13
diock Rounim iu ""I'l'enien t
ary
Frantlska Manee ana vinceiy, jjanes
to'tinn -roureK. ima and 23,
block 36. let ald to Corrlgltl pia0e.. i,iS6
Alina. ntevenson inn nuaumFj tn Mary
0. Wright,' pert lot 11 block ,
tlitneoaug'n e eaa
Ddwln L. Patrick to f arollne A.
Lundburg. lot 1, Dloctu 2, I'atrlck'a
Saratoga add
Mary K. Thorj.peon to Ki(nn'la camp
bell, part lot. 1 nt 4 Coburn'
aubdiv
Florence To. to C. Oorge Carlberg.
part lot 7 and 10. liol.k 1 Vandor
eook Terrace I
John F. Flack Ca. f to. same, Carl
bern roplat I
Carl Johnson et al. t,0 Minnie Campbell-
-part 1'" " nd 4, Cnburn,g
aubdiv ' -4 ,
Carrie L. KMdy end J-,'sband to Sam
uel Ha-wver. part 2,4.15-13
W llltani K. poi'er, ."receiver, to Roce
0(0
3fX
345
1,00)
6 0
6t
5.000
250
n.."nJv..n u'lnnlnr run was made.
Sioux Cllv ..0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1-J
Des Mo nes .0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-5
Two-base hits: Shea, Crutcher. Stolen
bases: Itaedel. Dwyer. Andreas. Double
nlavs: . FHzpatrU'k to Dwyer. Granville to
Anilreaa to Weed. Triple play : Nelhoff
to Dwyer. First base on balls: Ofr
Furchner. 4; off Crutcher, 1; off Clarke. 4;
off Witherup. 1. Struck out: By Furch
per, 67 by Crutcher. 5; by Clarke, 2; .by
Witherup. 1. Wild pitch: Furchner. Pa'.fd
balU. -Ka-edel. . Hit by pitched ball:- Ftte
patrlck, Anderson. Time: 2:50. 1 mplres:
Bomar and McKay. Attendance, 1.S00.
PIKBI.O W1XH A FAST t.TEST
Donble Playa Cnt Off I.lncoln'e
4 ban era of Scoring.
Pl'F.RLO, June 29 (Special Telegram. I
In- the fastest game of the season on the
home ground Pueblo took the firt game
from Uncoln bv the score of 3 to 1. Lin
coln took a lead In the second Inning on a
single bv Thomaa. a sacrifice and rrltch
ett'a single. Oalgano really won his own
game In the fifth, when with two down
and with daring base, running he converted
a short hit down the right field line into
.a three-bHgger. Hogrlever scored him with
a single. Smith walked and when Oagnler
dropped Miller's high one Hogriever scored
the winning run. Two-baggere by Miller
end .Clark pave the locals their final run
in the eighth. Pueblo had three double
plava, which broke up nearly every ch' nee
the vtsltora had to score. Score:
LINCOLN.
Sparks kept the locals' hit. Well scattered.
S-core:
I'HIl.AliKLPHIA BOSTON
II. H O A.K B.H.O.A.K.
Gmt. ?h .. . 5 1 S 5 I'fWiimnnt. cf. 4 1.1 0 0
Knuh. 2b ...4 1 3 I OBiwiw. rf...8 t 4 0 0
Tl.un, rf 5 1 1 0 i)Bl. If 8 0 S 1 0
Magee. If,...', ft 2 I 0 OKellav. lb.... 4 0 1 3
linns', id. lh. ft 3 0 Ol'ahlen. M . . 4 1 2 3 1
(inborn, ft... 4 1 2 0 u tlannlfan. Ib. I I 10 0
Ilonlln. lft 3 12 1 I'HIlrhey, :h.,. 4 3 14 0
Iinnln, c...... 4 ! 1 2 UOnham. c 4 2 1 '0
l!park. p ' 10 0 cnnulles. p....O 0 0 0 0
Young, p I 1 1 0 0
TntaK 37 13 27 II 0
Tnulu 31 10 3
Pl.l'ndelplila 1 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 09
Uostun 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 0 02
1 wo-Imiko hit: Browne. Home runs: Os
borne. Diolln. Hits: Off Boultes In two
and one-third Innings. 7. Sacrifice lilt.:
Doopn. Sparks. Stolen base: Dooln. Left
on liases: Philadelphia. 6; Boston. 6. First
hase on ball.: Off Sparks, 2; off Young.
1. First base on errors: Philadelphia. 2.
Hit l v pitched ball: By Young. 1. Struck
,ui: By Srarks, 6; by Boultes. 1; by Young.
4. Passed ball: Dooin. Time: 1:45. Um
pires: Rigler and Johnstone.
Brooklyn Bunches Hit.
Tr ,-- t - T X T . . I..
111 ivnviniLii n, juoe a. urouniym won
0 I from New York today. J.1 to 7. New York
1 knocked Mclntyre out of the box In the
0 1 first Inning, but Brooklyn batted so hard
in the rirth inning that McUinnity replaced
Crandall. Score:
. BKOOKLYN. NEW VORK.
II 11.0. A K 8.H.O.A.B.
Bnnh. If 4 0 3 0 0Tenn?y. lb... 2 0
MHloney, rf.,6 13 1 oticyln, :b 2 1 2 1 1
Hummel, 2b.. a 3 3 R f HrPunahan, c. 4 1 9 0 0
Luinlt-y, rf...4 3 1 0 I'Hrnoa 0 0 0 0 0
JnnJm. Ib. .. I I I OPonlm, rf....5 8 10 0
Shcrlmn. 3b . 4 2 2 4 1 Seymour, cf .l 0 1 0
Lewis, 3 1 1 it Ollovlln. Sb ... 4 3 110
Lewis. 3 1 1 2 (.Shannon, It. . B 1 0 0 0
Htrpin.. c... 4 1)2 Otlrldw!!. na. J 1130
llerjcn, c 4 ! J Urrandall. p .. I l 0 0 0
Mrlntyre. p..O 0 (l 0 McOlnnlty, p. 0 0 0 0 0
Holmea, p.... 4 01 o'Mfrkle 100
-r Malarkev, p.. 0 0 0 t 0
Totals 38 14 27 15 g'.Needham ...
E.
0
1
0
0
o
o
0
n
1
0
AB. R.
Jude. If . 8 0
Fox. 2b 0 ,
Gagnler, 4 0
Fenlon, rf 3 O
Thomas, lb 3 1
Davidson, cf 3 0
Pr'tchett. 3b S 0
S illlvan. c 8 0
Jones, p 2 0
Totals 28 1
Hogrlever, 2b...
Smith, c
Miller, rf
Mattlck. cf
Clatk. lb
Siancer. If
Corhan, s
Maddox, 3I
Galgano, p
PUEBLO,
AB. R
4
5
H. O. A. E.
2-2 0 0
0 2 4 0
0 2 12
13 0 0
t 10 2 0
1 S 0 0
1 0.0 0
0 2 10
0 O 1 0
"ft 24 2
II. O. A. E.
1 6 a i
0 2 3 1
2 2 0 0
13 0 0
1 R 1 0
12 0 0
-0 3 2 1
14 2 0
10 3 0
8 27 17 3
0 0 0 0 01
2 0 0 1 - 3
Totala ;.S2 3"
Lincoln 0 1 0 0
Pueblo 0 0 0 0
Stolen base: Davidson. Two-baso hits:
Miller. Clark, Three-haaa hit : Galgnno.
Double pUys: Hogriever to Maddox, Gal
gano to Maddox to ClaiR, Corhan to Ho
grlever. Tliomu to Fox. Sacrifice lilts:
Jude, Thomas, Davidson. Struck out: By
Galgano, a; by Jonea, l. First base on balls:
off Galeann. 2: off Jones. 1. Time: 1:17.
R I Umpire: Davis. Attendance, f"ju.
1 1
Totala 30 10 34 7 1
Batted for McOlnnlty Iru sixth.
Ran for Bresnahan In ninth.
Batted for Malarkey In ninth.
New York 3 0001 00 037
Brooklyn 1 0 0 1 7 0 0 2 -U
Two-base hit; Donlin. Three-base hits:
Devlin, Maloney, Hummel, Lumley, Bergen
Home rur.: Lumley. Hits: off McInLyre,
2 In one Inning: off Holmes, 8 In eight in
ning; off Cremlnll. h In four and. a third
Innings; off Mcliinhlty, 4 liv two' and a
third fnnlngs; off Ma'arkey, 5 In three In
ning." Sacrifice hits: Tenney, Doyle, Bres
nahan, Crandall, Jordar-, Sheehan, Lewis.
Stolen bases: Doyle (2), Herzog. Donlln.
Bases on balls: Off Mclntvre, 2; off Holmes.
7; off Crandall, 1; off McOlnnlty, 1; off
Malarkey, 1. Hit By pitched ball: By Cran
dall. 1. Stnick out: By Holmes, 2; by
Crandall. 4; by McOlnnlty. 1; by Malarkey,
3. Wild pitch: Crandall. Time: 2:0S. Um
pire; O Day. .
Uume Postponed.
At St. Louia St. liula-Plttsburg game
postponed; wet grounds.
slole second and scored on C. Clalr'a double
Dougherty whiffed.
The Coronas came bactt m the third, ecor
Ing on the only hit made by the team.
I lodge stopped one of Bunny's fast ones
with hi. ribs. Mcl.aln flew to pitcher. Foia
tr reached first on Bunnell's error, Hach
toti hit to Bunnell, who threw Hodge out
at third. Bando then ian-. ;;p and hit a
last one to middle. Just ou of Gibaon a
reach, scoring Felster. Bogails struck out.
Both sides were btanked until the seventh,
when the Ie-Glass-Arxlrecsena scored on
Bradford s single, ad error by Felster and
C. Clair a second safe drive.
In the ergfit,h Bunnell led off, going out
Feisler to Hacbton. ; Lawlcr, E. Clair.
Bradford and HenrV bit safe. Gibson hit
to McClaln, catching Henry on third. Gib
son retired the aide by be(r.4j caught off
first. The Coronas scored their second and
last run in the ninth, itachton flew out to
Gibson. Bando , out Mlnikus to C. Clair.
Kill, who batted for Bogatts, drew four
wld.. ones, and pulled ot the spectacular
feat Of the day by stealing second, third
and home. Kucera flew out to E. Clair.
Score:
L.-0 -A. " - 'STORi-COnoNA.
AB.H O A B. AB.H.O.A K
Ijwlr aa... 4 1 I 1 lMcLaln, 3b . 3 0 3 4 0
E (lair, c.4 1 1 OKerater. 2b. 4 0 111
Bradford. 2b. 4 3 I. 4 OHarhtoa. lb. 4 11 0 0
Hnry. rf ... 4 1 0 oBando, rf ... 1120
Olliaon, cf... 4 0 1 0Poitta. p... 3 0 1 0
Mlnlkua, 3b. 3 OKIII 0 0 0 0
c (lair. lb.. 3 2 8 0 0Kui-ra, aa.. 4 0 13 0
paughjrty. If 3 0 1 0 0 Mokry. C....3 0 4 0 0
Bunnell, p..3 0 1 O.lHollge, If.... I 0 1 0
Suillh. cf.... 3 0 0 0 0
Totala 31 27
. , - , Totala 30 1 34 It 1
L-G-V .....;i0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 -
Coronas v0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Two-base hit:' ':' Clair. Stoleni base.:
Bradford t2), C. Clajr (2), McLln, i elster
(2i, Kill. Basoe on balut: Off Bunnell, 3.
Hit by pitcher: Hodge. Time: 1.10. Um
pire: E. Lynch. Attendance: 1.232.
Then the Holly sveured 3140 wortn of
revenge from the Americans In a game full
of heart-breaking Interest, by the score of
2 to 1. AU the scoring was done In the
last Innings. The Hollya were robbed ot
the satisfaction of a shutout through carelessness-
with two out In the nlntn. Both
pitchers starred, but In the ninth in
ning the Hollya found Brodbeck for a two
bagger, a three bagger tind a faat grounder,
which tallied two scoree. The Americana
showed their claaa In the fifth, when Fal
coner led off with a three-aacker, yet
could not get home. Besides holding the
Americans at hia mercy all through the
game. Ted Cross, the Hollya' twlrler, prac
tically won his own game, driving In a run
wltli hia three-eacker, which placed him
In a position to score himself with the
run which proved to he the winning one.
When the last American expired. Pitcher
Cross was rushed by enthusiastic Hcdly
riintern rACotvma- an .ovation and a ride
around the diamond on the ahoulders of
the fans. This makes five games Cross
has pitched for the Hollya. anil in inai
time "Big Squirrel" lies allowed only three
runs and nine hits. Glllham'a work at sec
ond wuh avcenl Innnllv fine, the Hollv Cap
tain making several hair-raising stops. The
Hollys promised not to drlnK from the
ringer bowls at their blowout, at wnico
Pressman Intend to -get a square meal.
score, second game: ., .,
HOLLYS. ' AMERICANA.
AB.H.O.A.E. . AB.H.O. A.K
Palrnnrr. rl 4 I (1 ftrt.nn ?li 3 0 14 0
Kfwly, 3b... 4 t 1 CJlfOnlWR. cf. 4 0 0 0
MrAnd'wa, rf 3 1 1 0" OTarley, lb.... 4 0 0
Ollmon. c 4 (J 11 1 Ol.ynih, aa....4 13 3 0
M. ...)... a . . m . A A I A
milium,; lb"... I I 3 ' iTVnny,. If...: I 0
Htuvli. lb.... 4 1 0 lramldy, r... 3 1 11 I 0
Brn.m.n. If I 0 0 0 tH.nr lb . 1 0 1 1 0
Cron", e 3 1 ' ffrtrodtjeolt. o. I 1 t
Totala 31 '127 t "ToUla ii.-.ll 3 n 13
Hollys 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22
Americans '.'.:. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Earned runs: Hollys; 2. Three-base hit
Falconer, Cross. Two-base hit: Steck. Sac
rifice hits:' Kelley, Brodbeck. Stolen
bases: Falconer (2t. Murphy, Gllham, Far
ley. Struck out: By 4'ross. 11; by Brod-
rieck, 9. Bases on Halls: Off Cross. 1; ort
Brodbeck, 6. Hit with pitched ball: By
lunn, i, i. niiirpF: m. uiuaun niiu ml,
Lynch. : i . '
NEW YORK. June 29. Boston defeated
the local Americans today after a fast
fielding game. The visitor scored three
times in the eleventh inning, batting Orth
hard. Score;
BOSTON NEW YORK.
B M O A C B.H O A E
Thoney. If . 6 3 4 0 ONIlea. 2b 4 1 3 4 ft
Sullivan, cf I OKeeler. rf . . . . 6 0 10
Md'nanell, 2b 4 1 4 4 OMorlarlly. lb. S 0 IT 0
Owil'r, rf....e 1 1 Hemphill, rf.. 0 110
Laport .. 3b . f. 3 3 4 1 Ball, as 4 18 4 1
t'nilaub, lh.. 3 114 1 lstahl. If .... 4 0 i 0
Watner, n ..t I I I Ot'onrnt. 8b. ... 8 0 0 3
inter, c 4 0 4 8 V Klelnow
Winter, p... 4 I I vorth, p.
ler. The winning run we made by Ling
eteallng second end third base end coming
homo on an error.
.411 1
.4110
Totala 40 10 83 II 3 Totals 34 S 33 II 1
Boston 0 009 001000 34
New York 0 00000'OOtO 01
Three-base hit: Laporte. Home run:
Nllis. Sacrifice hits; Niles. I'nglauh.
Stolen bases. Kler.ow, Morlarlty. Left on
bases: Boston, ; New York. 6. Bases on
balls: Off Orth, 2; off Winter. 1. Base
on errors: Boston, 1; New York. 2. Struck
out: By Orth, 2; by Winter, 2. Time: "2:10
Umpire: O'Loughlin.
Athletics Shnt tint Senators.
PHILADELPHIA. June 2! -Philadelphia
deleated Washington here today by hitting
Johnson hard, while the visitor wore un
able to solve Vickera curves. Score:
PII1LADK1.PH I A. WASlirNliloN
II. H. II A.K. B.H.O K
4 2 4 0 0 Mll.n. cf 4 0 1 0
4 3 OS'hlpke. 3b
II 0 OOaiiley, If .
1 0 OClvmer, rf..
t 2 0 Street, c...
8 1 0 Freeman, lb
3 4 OAltlier,. Ib.
2 l) OMrBrlde, aa . I 0 I 3
0 3 0 Jehnnon, p. .. 1 1 1 0
Falkenberi, p 0 0 f 0 0
31 11 27 12 0 I'lckering ...100
'Tenaahlll .. t 10 0
Total! 3 4 24 II 0
Batted for Johnson In eighth.
Baited for SchlDke in ninth.
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Philadelphia 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 04
Hits: urr Johnson In seven Innings. :
off Falkenberg In one Inning, 2. Two-baso
nits: Aiuser. iiarlse . Div a. Mumhv. J
Collins. Stolen base: Milan. Left on bases
Washington. 6: Phlladelnhla. R. Struck mil:
By Johnson. 5; by Vickera, 1. Double plnye:
Street to McBrlde, Oldring to J. Collins,
V lCKera to t'owera. Klrst hasp on ha la
Off Johnson, 2; off Vlrkers, . 1. Hit by
iiuenea nan: By jonnson, 1. Wild pitches
ny icaers. i; ny jonnson. 1. rrime
empires: Egan end Hurst.
CHAX.F." 14 B4.KKF.T BI.L lit I K
tnlleglnte Committee templetes He
l.ahnra In etr York.
NF,W YORK, .June 29 The collegiate
ba.ket ball rule committee held It annual
meeting at the Hotel Imperial todnv and
made several Important changes In the
playing rules for next season. Wlt'i the
design of eliminating rough play two i.f
fb 11. a referee and an umpire, were de
termined upon. Heretofore n single official,
Die referee, was In rontrol ef the play.
The ilrlbhle wa defined as a contlou u
pa'sege of the ball and it was decided
that the ball must not remain moll mles
In the hands of a player after be hud
started hia dribble. It was further decided
that a player can shoot for a basket after
a dr'bblo. This Is a .weeping change and
rne a'.tulated to make the game more
popular.
Further, a a penalty ror rough playing.
a rule wa passed disqualifying any p layer
having five foul cailea upon him.
Koswell Hyatt of tale university was re
elected chairman of the committee; Ralph
Morgnn. I nlverslty of Pennsylvania, sec-
reiai y-H casurer. and Harry A. Fisher.
Columbia university, editor of the rule
book.-A central committee on officials waa
appointed: R. Morgan. University if Penn
sylvania, chairman; George C. Appel of
W lllams college, representing the east: Dr.
Jos-eph E. Rayrroft. University of I b. r igo,
representing the west conference: Isadnre
Anderson of University of Missouri, rep
resenting the southern conference, and D.
T. Angell of Oregon Stat Agricultural col
lege, I he northwest.
Pot tavtat tamle Gnn t'lnh.
The Pottawattamie Gun rlub held It. reg
ilar practice shoot Sunday afternoon at the
Townsend Gun club grounds with a good
attendance of shooters. Some good score
were made. The score:
GAMES IN THE CITY LEAGUK
Florence Defeats Union Stock Yardi
in Good Game 4 to 3.
DIETZ ASSOCIATION BEAT EAGLES
Merchants First Vln from Sterling
and Then Defeat the Brllevoe
Team Which Want tiauie
with l.rwauers.
lot 6. b
lock 131, South
Kiernen
. iiiuana. ..... .
Julia. M. Stohl and H usnanij u, jmes
Parsley, pert lot 7.. block 133. South
Oinehe-
United Real Eetat- ni' Tni, ,
M McLaughlin. ,H, 5 bil)Ch
KouiU.e Place 1
attaiA. National bank , 0f" i-jpveland to
amee C. loedyps, jot ,4 ui ple
gieniaP .ubdlv of ' ) Kll'stone Park
lleoe 1 .
Total
Valentine Defrata Wood Lake.
j VALENTINE, Neb., June .-(Special
, 1 Telegram. The home team ' won from
l." ' I Wood Lake in an exciting game of base
ball playd on the local dlamund here to
,...ldav. The pitching of Luke was a feature.
'"'I Scot bv Innings: R.U E.
Valentine c 0 o 1 3 2 0 0 5 4
Wind Lake .... 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 22 8 B
eO i Batteries: Valentin, Luke and Ftscher;
Wood Lake. Headinglon and S. Carter.
' Struck out: By Luke, 12; by Headinglon, 8.
1'imilic: Ed Clark. The same teams rlav
-ii' 1 tomorrow.
. 3,!77
GAMES 1 A M ERICA M ASSOCIATION
Mllnankre Wine Twice from Toledo
by Effective Batting.
MILWAUKEE. June 29. Hard hitting
Won two games for Milwaukee today.
Toledo m;ule a hard fight for the first
game, loaing by o to 4. but Went to pieces
in the econd. McChesney's hatting wa
tho feature. Score, first game:
M1LW Al'KEE. TOLEPO.
B H O A E B.H.O.A.K.
Randall, rf . 4 3 8 1 CBkiheau. an .o I 5 I 0
Rnhlnaon, aa. 4 I 3 1 OHImhnian, 2b 3 2 S I
Bavllle. .... 2 0 10 1 OHiipkmn, If... 3 0 3 0 0
Flvnu. rf 3 1 0 0 0snio.it. cf 4 I 2 0
Clarke. 3b. .. 4 1 1 1 . 1 Land, c 4 1 4 0 0
M'Chevnev, If 4 t 0 0 (I Abbott, lb.... 4 0 4 2 0
Mrfnnn'k. ib 4 1 2 i Williams, 3b. 4 2 3 1 0
Brown, lb... 2 10 0 M.Carlhy, rf. 3 0 0 0
Bthneiberg. pi 0 0 3 VOIIIen. p t A 0 2 0
Wakaf.eld ..1000
Totala 24 10 27 I l'lJ.lllmora ..) 10 0
Total! 31 I 24 I 0
Batted for McCarthy In the eighth.
Batted for Glllen in the ninth.
Milwaukee 200 0 3000 5
Toledo 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 04
Two-base hits: Robinson, Flynn. McOnr
mlck. Williams. Rarbeau. Three-base hits:
Williams, McChesney. Sacrifice hit: P.e
vllle. Stolen bases: Hinohman (2. Lattl
niore, Randall. Double playa: Williams
unassisted, Glllen to Hinohman to Abbott,
Abbott to Barbeau to Hliicbman. First
base on balls: Off Glllen, 4; oil' Schnelherg,
2. Hit with pitched ball: By Glllen. Hlnch
man. Struck out: Bv Sohneibcrc. 7: by
Glllen, 1. Time: -1:35. Umpires: Blerhalter
and Kerln.
Score, second game:
MILWAIKEK TOLEDO.
Randall, if... 4 1 1 0 0 H H O.A.E.
1 ibinnoD, aa. 5 1 3 1 1 Barlamu. as . 4 0 4 3 3
R"'h. c 5 i i 1 UHm.hinan. 2b 4 1 1 10
t'Hnn, rf 5 1 1 il 0 Hopklna, If... 3 12 0 0
Clark. 3b 5 10 1 l.Pmoot, if 3300
M't'heanejr, If 6 4 7 0 ('Land, c 3 0 1 I 0
Mcform k. 2b 3 2 4 3 OAbbnit, lb 2 100
Brnwn. lh 3 I 0 Owiiliama. 3b. 3 0 4 3 ft
Curt la, p 4 1 0 3 0 McCarthy, rf. 3 (1 0 11 1
Lattlmore. p. 3 1 a 2'1 1
Trti.l. 3 11 '? a 1 I
Mrrrhaat Want tianie on Fourth.
I would tike to state through your parer
' Hie Merchants of Omaha ball ttam was to
! hove played the Wahoo team at Wahoo.
Neb., on tho Fourth of July, but Wahoo
PRfPOAI 8 FOR Yrtfv.i ui-.Bai.Qrt--i had decided not to have. a game on thai
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
flee of tie Uuarterms,t-r K.a. ri.v
K"!r,,,3u,;r. ! "V aled proposal. In
triplicate, will bt recelvfi, at thla offl,., un.
1,1 11 oelock a. m., Jul , J90S, and then
opitJ. hi the prea-nce lof attending bld
i"?' ,or.,,,lPnl"',Ln "V.voung horaia for
d,'"V.i!!ly1 r r,LHinyoklah..ina. or otTier
protnlftent railroad , .a Vncd Sialc.
""''Jjl ;i8'Llinfe.pt or reject any.
or ll.J1110'"yii art thereof. Blank
,orm' 'li?.rmJt Un, can be had upod
..... ,ffl(.a Knvelt.nei inn
tabling proposal to h ,.,i,.i ..ilni
fur 1 Anlmela ' endl a,i,ir..a .cinr.inl lor the remainder of this aeaaon. Thev
.1. wbiii iviimviiu
day and It leavea us without a.gime. I
would be pleased to hear from anmr warn
In Iowa or Nebraska for a game for the
Fourth of Julv and oblige.
C. F. RATEKIN. Manager.
Merchants of Omaha Base Ball Club.
SU South Twelfth St. Tel. Doug. &a o
Red 44.
C AM PA F.LL A S DEFEAT HOOPER
Game Played In Rata Result In Score
of S to 8
HOOPER. Neb., June 29. (Speelnl.) The
Campanellas of Omaha defeated Hooper
here yesterday In ,a good game, ecore b to
3. Hooper has no chance to win while the
Campanellas had many opportunities to pile
up a high score. Bulger was hit hard and
timely, four of the Campanella's five runs
being earned. Each team pulled out of
many tight holes, in every inning the cam
pattellas having three .or more men on
bnseji. "Cap" Benson pitched for the
Camp and although unable to locate tiie
plate, he pitched a steady game, allowing
but three hit and pulling out of two or
tnree difficult positions
Pat Keenedy's batting, he getting two
two-sackers and a aingle out of three times
up wae the only feature of the game.
Bulger was hit the hardest he haa been
this year, and but for the luck of the
Omaha boys, would have earned a larger
acore.
After two men were out In the last half
of the seventh Inning and two strikes wero
called on the baiter, tho umpire, fur lame
unknown reason, threw up his hands and
said the game was over.
The game waa nlaved In a steady down
pour of rain which mode the ball difficult
to handle
On the Fourth of July the Campanellas
will play at Blanchard. Ia., and beside
a guarantee of 176, win, lose or tie, the
management has promised the Omaha Doys
a rousing reception and a good game at
Shenandoah 011 Siir-dity, July 6.
Score :
R H E.
0 0 3 0 0 2 0-6 11 1
0 0 0 1 1 0 1-3 3 2
Campan.cllas, 4; two base
2. Koheo 1. McNally 1.
Struck out by
Bases on liells
Hartel. if.
Nlrhola. Ib .. 8 3
Pavla, lb 8 1
Murphy, rf . . 4 I
Cnlllna. 3b 4 1
Oldring. cf . .. 0
r. cnlllna. aa 4 1
Powern, c 3 0
Vk kera. p. ... 3 1
Totala.
3 0 8 i n
44fte
41
4 0 4 1
3 111
3 111
1:50.
Fry
Dixon
Townsend
Hardin
Raxee
Allen
Hoye
Karseh ....
Schnmpp ..
Damon
Hawk
21 18 18 IS
23 22 24 21
21 il 24 24
18
22 23 26 23
18 :o 13 a
21 2 21 22
12 14 10 13
IS 2.1 IK 20
23 16 22
I.nnrele Meet Defeat.
RF.NN 1NGTON. Neb., June 29 (Special.)
The laurels, olhwlse known as the
Tigers of Omaha, met their wate.ioo at
the hands of tho Athletic yesterday by a
acore of 3 to V, aa follows. H U E.
B. Athletic. 00001002 03 IS 0
Laurels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 4 2
The features of the game were the three
base bit by Smith, and the plicblng of
Petersen for the Athletics, who struck out
fourteen men. The home team would like
more games. Batteries: Petersen and
Marigold; Smith and Suesnian.
IS F, B R A K A . SUCCEED". BENDER
Fred Bobler Physical Dlreetor nt
YVashlnaton State College.
SPOKANE. Wash., June 29. (Special
J. Fred Bolder of the University of Ne
braska has been elected track coach and
physical director of the Washington Itato
college at Pullman, aoutn or Spokane, tor 1
r.iia-9. succeeding Johnnie Bender, resigned.
Mr. Bohler Is recommended aa an excellent
all around athlete, and the college author
ities believe the selection is a fortunate one.
At the last meeting of the board of
regents the appointment of Walter Rheln
shield as foot ball coach was approved.
Rhelnshleld has been on the All-Western
team for three years and has last year and
the year previous held second and third
honors on the All-American. He la aald to
be nn especially strong player at tackle and
In tiie backfleld, which Is deemed especially
fortunate, Inasmuch aa Washington State
college gridiron eleven will next year be
gin operations somewhat crippled in these
positions, Judging from the present oui
look. . .
The election of Bohler as physical director
and Rhclnshield as foot ball coach signal
ized a change in the athletic faculty which
haa been discussed at the college for several
years. Heretore one man ha. held the
position of physical director, foot ball
coach and basket ball coach, . the last
incumbent of this office being Johnnie
Bender.
Under the new arrangement Bohler will
have general supervision over the indoor
athletic. His function as track coach
will hold good all year, which will mean
that instead of having a few months of
"working out" In th. spring the track con
tingent will be at work during the entire
year.
CONDITIO OF COMX AND CELT
Lovere of Track Speculate on Condi
tion of Two Colts,
NEW YORK. Jurje 29.-The last certain
ties of racing In New York, in the shape of
big stakes, are to come In the remainder of
the Sheepshead Bay meeting, and with, the
Advance, Commonwealth handicap and
Token for llane Wagner.
PITTSBURG, June .-Thursday. July K
is to be celebrated by Pittsburg', base ball
enthusiasts as "Wagner Day" in honor of
Hans Wagner, the sensational player of the
Pittsburg club. The home team and the
Bostons will play at Exposition park on
that date and some suitable token of ap
preciation of the shortstop's ifreat work on
the diamond is to be breaented during 1 ho
game. A local paper has started the move
ment and is raising a popular subscription
Willi which to buy the token. No contribu
tion Of, ruore than 31 will be accepted.
Dimes or an Intermediate amount may be
submitted.
Trary. 2h.
Wllllami. c
linker, n...
Carry, rf . ..
Ilarr. If
Slick.
The Florence team won from the Stock
Yards in one of the best game of the sen
son bv a Bcoro of 4 to 3. the feature of the
game nna the catching and baiting of W 11
llnms. He scored two of the run wilh a
home run over the fence. Score:
KLOHKN' K. I NliVN STOCK Y AB.P.V
All H O A ? AB II. O A K.
Carlnw. as.. 4 0 0 i 3 Kennedy, rt.4 0 1
Sien. lb .. 8 1 i 0 I lalb.it. lb .. 4 1 13 f
Trnwb'da. 3b 3 2 I OK.'llrv '.b , i J I
Kinney, rf .. 4 1 1 " ewaytrein, T
4 13 1 IM mag.usr. 4 v J "
4 1 12 3 OlUWklna. .lh . 4 I " ' "
SOU! M ('"I r.p-lf 41110
800 OLeary, if 4 0 0 0 0
830 IColller. If p.. 4100
lb... I 0 1 1 0 -
Totala 1 '
Total! 3? 4 17 10 .4
Steck look Slert's place tyi seventh.
M. Collier pitched last four inning.
Florence 0 2 1 0 I 0 ' 0--1
Union Sieck Yards,. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .-3
Home runs: Williams, Hawkins. Base on
lmlls: (iff Baker. 1; olf M. Collier. 2.
St.-uck out: By Collier, 2. by M. Collier, 3.
Sacllflce litis: Slert, Cnvaiuuigb. Doublo
plays: William tJ Steck to . Trowbridge.
Umpire: Knight.
Diets Asaorlntlon In First Plnre.
The Diet asaorlntlon had tin easy timo
defeating the Benson Eagles mi their
groundr at Krug park, to the tune of
12 to 4. Tho game waa very Uninteresting,
being In the bund: of ilnll'a sluggers ul all
stuRea of the game. Bruggerman wa
knocked wit of the box anil wa relieved
by Whitney who did very little better.
Fourteen hits wa secured olf their de
llverv. three being homo runs, two bv
Spell'man. one by Dreiwin. The feature of
the game waa the battery work of 1 robsL
and Spellman.. Scores
DIETZ ' BKNKON.
AB H O. A B """
Hall, 8b 4 8 1 0 OVallean. ... a
4 8 4 0 owiittn y. in p .1
4 1111 Crelaliton. 1 . I
6 3 10 l 0 lliirk. e. Sb. . 4
4 13 10 Itelna'ker. rf 4
5 14 1 OKinac'ber. cf 4
4 I 3 0 0 KeaFi.au. If . .. 4
4 111 ORIie. lb 3
5 10 0 OBrui'an, p-2b 3
Lafferty, If .
ITaetman, an.
Hf.elltnan. r..
Lym h. 2b . . .
IHneen. cf...
Pleronn. lb..
Shorn k. rf..
Trobat, p
12 11
3 3 3 0
17 10
0 13 0
0 3 0 0
10 11
0 20
14 0 0
3 4 18
Missouri Valley Win Good Game.
MISSOURI VALLEY, la.. June 2. -(Special
Telegram.) Missouri Valley defeated
the Antler of Omaha In a fast, well played
game by a score of 2 to 1. Score. lt.li.E.
Antlers 00000100 01 S i
Missouri Valley 00011000 2 4 6
Batteries: Antlers, Hirsch, Ogdcn; Mis
souri Valley, Nicely, Kaplan. Bump on balls:
Off Hirsch, 3; off Nicely. 1. Struck out: By
Hirsch, 5: by Nicely, 10. Umpire; Turner.
Time: 1:10.
Totala S 14 27 5 1 Totala 31 27 13
Dletz Association". 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0-12
Benson 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0-4
Batteries: Association, E. Spellman and
Probst; Benson, Whitney, liiimgcrman.
Crelghton. Two base hits: Whllne'. Vul
lean. Home runs: Spellman iU. Pieraon 1.
Struck out: By Pnibat.-!;' by Whlfncy. 4;
by Bruggerman. 2. Base on balls; Oft W n t
nev. 2. olf Bruggerman, 1. Double play:
Ea'stn.an to Lynch io Plcrson. Umpire:
Tracy.
Mrrrbanli Win Two.
The Merchants'! won two games yesterday,
defeating the Sterling, by a score of 9 to 4,
and the Bellevue team by a score of 7 to 1.
Score of the Meichanis-Slerllng game:
MERCHANTS. STBKL1NI!
ABH.OAE. AB.H.O.AK.
Vnn n.'e i f 4 1 0 3 0 Barrett, p 4 1 1 I
1 3 Ol. -niunaa. .in. o i "
5 2 0 MiOunan. e. 4 0 1 0 0
0 7 0 1). r'llm'd, lb 6 1 U 0 0
2 0 2 sua", 4 1.1 i o
0 0 0 Harnett, if . 3 0' 1 1 u
1 12 1 J. Kitg'd. rf 3 1 0 0 .
1 1 1 llowea, c 4 I S 0 0
I 0 1 Kenan, rf 3 1 0 I 0
While, lb
Meluin, 3b..
(ne, lb
Lynrh,
West Aiders After Bergs.
The West Side tesm ha. issued a chal
lenge to the Berg Clothing company tram
fur a game with a purse of not less ihun
$10';. This challenge grows out of a failure
to complete a game Sunday. Rain stupied
piny ul the end ot the fourth Inning when
the ecore was 7 to 3 In favor of the Iteig
team nnd the West Shier are now willing
to back themselves to this extent for an
other meeting.
- Alliance Defeats May wood.
ALLIANCE. Neb.. June 29 -(Speclal Tel
egram.) Before a crowd of l.tnjo people Al
liance beat the Maywood team here today
by a score of 10 to o. This was Maywood 8
first defeat of tiie season and makes a
still further perfect reoord for Alliance,
which has defeated all coiners and is anx
ious to arrange games with the strong
teams of t lie eastern part of the state.
Sporting; Gossip
Big John Anderson, at the age of 33, Is
Just really making his debut. He has be
come the Idol of the Southslde as right
fielder for the Sox. In the fourteen years
of ills professional currer he never played
as he is now. He says It's becauae he was
on a real team before.
And Pittsbury Is going to present some
Kahlnovlti, If t
Mrllunald. r. I
tutrkln, rf.. 8
Kot.an, p 4
Lawrence Realization to bo decided in the token of Its appreciation of lis great ser-
ncar future, the owners of high-class vces to Hans Wagner. No one must con
horses engaged In these events are nearly trbute over $1. If every admirer of the
as much interested in the condition of
James R. Keene's two great colts, Colin
and Celt, as they arc in the entire future
of the turf.
The two horses, on the authority of the
owner, are temporarily ailing, and disin
clination to take auy rlska with them kepi
them both out of the only 3-year-old event
for which either Colin or Clt were eligible,
that the Keene stable has passed this sea
son. Celt's first engagement of the week is
In the Spindrift handicap, or mile and a
furlong, to be run tomorrow, in wheh he
Is the top weight, with Fair Play, penalized
for his triumph In the Coney Island Jockey
club stakes, the next In the list of weights.
In the Advance, to be run on Wednesday,
at weight for age, one, mile and five-sixteenths,
Ballot. Colin and Celt are entered,
and Irj the Commonwealth, one mile and a
quarter, to be run Saturday, Mr. Keene has
five entries, including the same famous
three horses named.
Campanellas . ..
Hooper
Earned runs:
hits: Kennedy
Three base hits: Baser.
Bulger. 6: by Benson,- 4.
Off Bulger. S: off Benson, 7. Batteries:
Campanela. Benson and Kenre-dy; Hooper,
Bulger ami Jensen.
TutaU 18 I ?l 11 . II 4 I l.r.
Friend Pnte In Salaried Team. I
FRIEND. Neb., June '29 (Special.) The ' Willi. in.. ;b. 5
r rieiut liaf Ball association Mas purchased Hopke, to
grounds and Is putting in a salaried leim Sitters, p I
Kirtry If alker. Quarl,,.,,,,,;"
Jl-S 4-5-30-Jyl
" -LEGAL JN0TICES
notice to I'o.VrHACTinm-pimio
j als .for the erectu.,, of a ,orary building
'! U Oi.eee.lowe. j,, b, re,.el 'd bJal
ui4r
-''"''vn ot a library buildl
ee. lowe. rfn, b, recelv;d byu;
rwifnvd et hlerofr,r, ln t)nawa Io
, plana end I specif u-atlons oiav
' unt'l l.o-cux t p , JlU itfti
waii-i iiiir Mmract win t.e awarded
to xl.e loweet t.spua.ible bidder. To
boat ,1 frr 'ijviaht to rejeot eny or all
bid. tv- A-AU, (secretary. .JuuHdTi
HEt ApvjfiRTISE OMAHA
with high class bill
players, especially a pitctier. also wairt
games with the best teams ln the middle
est.
Milwnukoe 5 0 ft 0 0 2 1 I 12
Toledo 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 o ( 0
Two-baite hit : Roth. Threo-base bit ; Mc
Chesney. Sacrifice hit: Me 'ornilck. Stolen
bases:, Randall, Flynn, Roih. McCormlrk.
llouble plays: Curtis to McCormli k to
Brown, McCormlck to Brown. Robinson to
Mc4'ormlck to Brown. First base on balls:
Off ltttlmnre, I: off Curtis, 1. Hit wiin
pitched ball: Randall. Struck out: Bv
Curtis. 3; by Lattimore, i. Time: 1:4"j
Umpire: Kerln.
Saints F.nay for Hoealers.
8T. PAUL, June 29. Indianapolis bunched
hits in the third and seventh off Hall and
with the aid of Nee'a three errors won an
easy victory from SI. Paul, by a score of
10 to 4 Score:
INDIANAPOLIS IT. PAIL.
B.H.O A K B.H O A E.
4 1 J 3 OOeler. If 4 1 0 0 0
4 3 10 Noonon. lb... 5
4 14 1 vMeyara. cf ... 5
5 3 13 1 0 Pa via. rf 4
I I A OLnuinltn. r.. 4
It 0 W heeler, 3b.. 4
114 0 Nee. aa 1 I 8
. 3 1- 4 OTtemeyer, 3b. 8 8 0 8 0
1 1 3 (.Hall, p .
Miller p 0 0 0 I
.34 15 17 17 lJ Meyers... I 000
Signal
STILL GETS RESULTS
Ideal
Bueh... aa
fiavldeuu, cf..
Hayden rf...
larr. lb
Coulter. If...
Howley. r
1 12 I 1
3 3 0 0
1110
III
1111
Corps Defeated by
Iluetlere t to H.
The Ideal Huntler defeated the Signal
corps of Fort Omaha by a score of 9 to 2
at Hustlers' park. Cass of the soldiers was
j hammered hard by the Hustlers, while Han
sen was a complete mystery to the soldiers,
striking out fourteen and allowing but onu
I clean lilt. The feature of the game was
Guff's three-base hit. Io the center field
I fence with the bases fu'.l. Score:
HUSTLERS. , SOLDIERS
AB H-0 A li. AB.H O A K.
doff, aa i I I 0 vsinkea, 3b . I 0 I 0 1
Mulhofff. 2b. I 1 0 ONeoperi.'. aa. 4 0 1 I 4
Woolen, lb . 4 1 Share!, c...
Sihn'der, 3b i 1 0 t 3M.e. cf...
Peterson, If . 5 I i ' W alla. Ib .
Powell, rf... 5 1 0 Perk Ilia. If.
llan.en. p . I I 0 I 0 Sim ox. 2b
Hair, rf I 4 ft 0 Had. lift. rf.
Uaafleld. .. 4 8 14 I .41. a... p
I.IPTON HEADY TO CHALLENGE
Will Take Another Try at American
Cup Under Certain Coatdltiona.
LONDON, June 29. The Field, a weekly
publication, anonunces that Thomas Llpt m
is prepared to challenge again for the
America's cup under the following condi
tions. "First, that new yachts shall be cufe:
rigged and built under the present uni
versal rule of the New York Yacl.t cu.i;
second, the New York Yacht club shall
designate the size of the yacht it consid
ered most aultable for the race."
Sir Thomas, when seen by ll.e Associated
Press at Dunoon, Scotland, today, said that
the Field Item was perfectly correct. He
added:
"I hope my American fiUml will see
tehlr way clear to meet my wlshca ln lh.;
Interests of .port. The slie of, the boat
1. no object and I am wiillug to build
under the universal rule. 1.- 1 cua get as
surance that a challenge will b.: accepted
1 will issue It forthwith."
It la understood ' that the intention of
Sir Tliomaa. with the New York Yacht
club's permission. Is to build two yachts
of a class designated by that club afier
the designs by Fife and to select the belter
to compete for the cup.
Dutchman In the Smoky City gives a
quarter of a dollar that Jlft.OoO salary will
look like thirty cents. Few cities show
such elegar-t appreciation of their stars
aa doe. Pittsburg of Huns.
Bill MoUllvray, the outfielder, has been
sold again. Milwaukee sold him to Harris
burg, i'a. He wenl from Colorado to Clrc
clnnatl and from there to Malwaukee. And
yet Mac is one of Die fastest fielders and
fost consistent batters the Western league
ever. had. Me has done good work every
where, hut haa Jusl happened not to get
on the team that heeded him.
Your college chuin. Johnny .Bender, has
been released by Seattle. Rumor has it b
ha gone to Aberdeen, that dear old town
Whither Colonel Housebolder pined to go.
GustavaB Thompson also i there. That
ought to make It a good town.
Ben faffyn, once h star for Des Moines,
has recently been traded by Trenton lo
Toronto. Caffyn and Wclday proved dis
appointments to their friends, who expected
them to maintain big league stations
Tho report is that Prairie Citv Brown
will be traded bv the Philadelphia Na
tionals to Cincinnati for Dave Bruin.
4 11
4 0 0 0 0
40
4 u .' ft
3111
I 1
I 0 I 4 I
Total!.
.11 12 27 ! I
I Valparaiso Eacanea Shntont.
WESTON. Neb., Junp 29 . I3.ecla.)-The
Tenhy,-Valparaiso Itani barely en.:,.p1 a
shut out in yesterday's game t the hands
of the locals. Pacal eUowed . hut. t wo hit,
but his support was rsKged. The score waa
17 to . Batteries: lludkip. nd Cheever ;
J. i'acal and Weiu - '. '
Lincoln kaearea Baahrlmaa.
MILWAUKEE. June 29. Manager Armour
cf the Toledo Base Ball club today made a
ileal whereby Pilchcr Bushelmen. .who was
loaned to Springfield, will go lo Lincoln of
the Western league for th season, es the
Springfield f reuchis wat moved to Pons-nioutl.
Totalii
Batted for. Davis In ninth.
St. Paul 2 0 o o 0 2 0 0 0 04
Indianapolis 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 2 010
Two-base hit: Williams Stolen bares:
Geler (2i. Davidson. Double plays: Bush,
Williams to Carr (21. Hopke to Vi 11 limi to
Cerr, Hall to Noonan. Hue: Off Hall, 11
In seven Innings; off Miller. 4 In two In
nings. Baste on bslls: off Hall, 3; off Bie
ver. S. Hit by pitcher: Hall. Struck out:
By Blever. 4; by Hall. 3; bv Miller. . 1.
Passed bulls- Howley, Laughlin. Sacilf'c
htls: flee. Tlemeyer, Hall, Bush, Coulter.
Howley, Blever. Time:-2,uo. Umpiie: Kane.
Elm f'rrek. wine Another.
ELM CREEK, Neh . June 29. (Siwcial. I
In en extra faat game on the home diamond
Elm Clerk took trie seme from t'oiad bv a
scor et I to 7. The wc.th.er wa Ideal and I Llaw4
Totals 31 11 IT 1 4 Tolals 11 I 33 I I
Signal Corps 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 13
Ideal Humlers 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 -
Two-base hit: Peterson. Three-hase hit:
1 4 t Got f. Struck out: By Hansen. 11: by Cass.
ti. Bases on batls: Of Hansen, 2; off Cass,
3. Double play; Msxficld to Sulhuff. Um
pire: Wilson.
Vaaderbtlt Horaee Sold.
LONDON. Jur.e ' , 29. Kitty-five roach
horses owned by Alfred G. Vunderhilt were
suctioned off in London tills afternoon.
The sale did not aronse much competition
and an aggregate iJ $13. gn was realised.
liaoare In Three-I Leagae.
At Dubuque Sprnigfleld. 8; Dubuque, J.
At Rock tsland-Peorla, 3: Rock Island. 1
At Clinton Clinton. 3; Blooming!. in. 2.
At Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, 3; Deca
tur, 3 (twelve Innings).
Llsnood a Winner.
I4NUOOD. Neb.. June 29. tSpeciaLV Tb
LIdwooj ball team played Prague yeetcr
day at Prague. Scote, i ia I la favor of
Seward Victor In Two Gamee.
SEWARD. Neb.. June 29 (Special Tele
gram. The Seward baae ball team went
through Hie Grand Island team to the tune
of 9 to 1. The Giand Island boys played a
good, steady game, but the Seward sluggers
were too much- for them. Harrison, who
played left field for Grand Island, made the
star catch of the game, running to deep
left garden, and catching a high fly wiin
one hand. Score: ft. H.
Seward 3001 400 9 11
Grand Island ...0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 01 U
Base on balls: Off Weaver. 3; off Watson,
2. Struck out: By Weaver, 7; by Watson, 4;
by Jones 3 Batteries: Seward, Weaver
nd Neff, Orand Island, Watson, Jpnts
and Jraton.
Seward plaved Germ.ntpwn today at Ger
mantown. winning by a score if 1 lo 0 In
ten Innings. Batteries: Seward. Stewart
and Neff; Germanlown, Meyer and Krang.
Pleasure Parly Drowns.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. June 2v-While Bon
nie Fisher, Anna Taylor. J. Park-r and
Ruby Redman wire returning from a periv
on I lie shores of Uuitui lal.e. at Annum
Junction. In the southern part of thb
county, about 2 n'rlock this uiornlmt. Iiluh
wave upset the brat end Fisher and Miss
Taylor, each about 19 years old. were
drowned. Miss Red nond chirp to the bn:ii
until rescued by liuy Taylor. Park i
swam ashore.
Total! 37 1311 17 3 Totala 35 8 25 5 0
one out when winning run was made.
Merchants 10 10 3 10 1 2-9
Sterlings 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 08
Shoot Things at Lumbermen.
Out at Dletz park yesterday' afternoon a
good deal of excitement waa aroused; spec
lalois were amazed; Diolz mugiiaicH stood
dumb when I lie 'l owiiseml Gun company
team, so neatly won a very unanticipated
victory from Iho-r; N. Dletz limber slug
ging merchants. Score, 2 to 1.
The game vtu. fast and clean, and in
doubt until the la.it man was out. Botn
teams played great bull in the field. Many
stunts that bordered the sensational were
pulled off. Walling stalled tho game for
the Towr.scnds, but, afl he was sick, he re
tired in favor of Young ufler the first in
nln, who shut the Dletz out the remainder
of the game, pitching superb ball, sinking
out three and a'iowing only three lilts.
Mathews pitched a Hleudy juime. Twl-hcll
on second lumij was tho star lor the Town
sends, gelling everthlng that cume his
way without u wobble, yuisley s nuse run
ning was a feature. Anderson was continu
ally In the lime light for the Dietzos. Thu
Townsend. will pluy Stanton. In., al Slan
ton, the Fourth of July Score:
TOWNSEND UL'N CO. IUETZ LI MBER CO.
All. 11. O A K. AB.H O A E.
F.ldann. aa.... 4 1 2 i OKaber. a.. . 4 l 0 I 0
I n I. hell. 2b. I i I 1 OAliderann, Sb 4 1 40
Elllou, 3b ,. 4 2 ) 4 1 Pu.pUII, II.. 3 1 2 0 0
Qulglev. cf It 3 11 1 II 0 Krmi.la," c .. 4 1 I 0 0
Hill. Ib 4 1 18 1 OtMliler, lb . 1 n I t 1
Walling, If p 1 1 0 0 llloui.. 3b 8 0 1 2 0
Drown, c 4 1 3 3 OMullei, rf . 3 1 3 0 il
riordy. rf 4 0 1 0 Oleanhart, if . 4 0 1 0 0
Yuunf. if-. p. 3 0 12 OMalhewa. p.-. I 1 3 I 0
Total ii I 27 18 1 Total! .....31 I 27 10 1
Townsend ..0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 02
Died. 10000000 01
Stolen ba.si s: Quiglcy (3). Elliott. Walling".
Two base hit: Hill. Three base hit: Kranda.
Double play: Younij to Hill lo Eidson.
Base on bulls: Olf Young, 1; off Mtiiews,
2. Hit by pttchrd hall: Young, 3. Struck out:
By Young, 3; by Mathews, 1. Umpire; Clark.
Alliance One Run to tb'Goul. v
ALLIANCE, Neb., Ji flf-p. i ial Tel
egrum.l In a ten Innllig- gum here t "diy
Willi Maywood, Alllantj; won fy a tcorv of
4 to 5. f
FATAL STROKE IN CHURCH
Heart D I sense Seises Woman While
In Her Pew and Death Soon
Follows.
Stiicken with heart diseasn whi'e sl'ling
In her pew at church Sunday. Mr. M. W.
Rayley, 42 years of age, dlej siidd"nlv
Sunday at her home, Poppleton avenue.
Mrs. Rayley had been 111 for some time.
During the service she was stricken Willi
heart disease ard taken Into a side roon:
ai d then home, where she died sunn after.
The funeral services will be held mi the
residence Tuesday afternoon at -:3o oMofltt,
vitli Interment at Laurel Hill rem.-uirjf,
Mrs. Rayley Is survived by her husband
and one sen.
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